In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 20th, August, 2020

“It Is Mindless For First-Class Graduates To Look For Jobs”

"It Is Senseless For First-Class Graduates To Look For Jobs"

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Muhammed Akanbi

The Vice-chancellor of Kwara State College (KWASU), Muhammed Akanbi has said that it’s mindless for a first-class graduate to seek for a job after commencement.

Akanbi mentioned this whereas advocating for undergraduates to pursue entrepreneurial abilities whereas at school.

Talking when he led the college’s administration workforce on a go to to some chosen authorities companies in Abuja to mobilise assist for the varsity, Akanbi mentioned it’s mistaken for universities within the nation to graduate first-class college students with no job-enabling abilities.

“Already, we encourage our college students to have interaction in numerous entrepreneurship abilities, purchase, maintain and contemplate all certificates vital. It doesn’t make any sense if you’re a first-class pupil and you’re on the lookout for a job. And I imply first-class in any programme,” he mentioned.

“Our college is a college of neighborhood improvement and entrepreneurship. Now we have a centre which is being rejigged and rejuvenated. It’s now referred to as the Centre for Vocational, Technical and Entrepreneurship as a result of we don’t wish to educate entrepreneurship simply in concept.

We get our college students concerned in vocational issues and technical features. You will notice college students interact in issues like making face masks, face shields, hand sanitizers; some are into tailoring, some are into carpentry, some are into what I name mechanical vehicle restore and issues like that.” he mentioned

A latest report by the Nationwide Bureau of Statistics (NBS) states that 21.76 million Nigerians are presently unemployed.

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